Do we have a good alarm clock for the GNOME desktop?
mdeggers at earthlink.net
Mon Jun 11 01:20:11 UTC 2007
> <div class="moz-text-flowed" style="font-family: -moz-fixed">Tom Horsley
>> On Sun, 10 Jun 2007 15:35:41 +0530
>> Rogue <roguexz at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Now, for the real question, is there any good alarm-clock applet that
>>> I could use for the GNOME desktop? Currently I am using the command
>>> line sleep command to achieve what I want, but then it is rather
>> I use "remind" together with a silly app I wrote to popup messages.
>> Here's the link to my stuff:
>> (which, in turn, has links to remind and wot-not).
> Going through the page.. thanks for the pointers :-)
A quick search came up with three solutions. None of them are Gnome -
specific, but they should work.
xmms-alarm - which is available via yum
kalarm - you'll have to install some portion of KDE
DASC - http://www.davefancella.com/software/dsac.html
I've not tried any of them. DASC (a Python application) built cleanly
and started up under Gnome.
just my two cents . . . .
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